I have a kitten that is about 10 weeks old. Just last night, she was fine. Eating, drinking, and running around playing with the other cats/kittens. Now, today, she doesn't have the urge to eat and just wants to lay around. I am boiling some chic… more ›
I will be getting a new puppy at the end of June and I can't decide what I want to name him! He's a half pitbull, half golden retriever, completely brown. I don't have a picture of him to post yet, but I'd LOVE some suggestions for his name! I really… more ›
Hi everyone, I am a volunteer for an animal shelter and usually foster cats only. My husband and I found a grown puppy (8 months) out in the woods foraging for food and extremely thirsty, when walking a friend's dog (it had no identification). Righ… more ›
Mmmkkk... so i had this cat since it was a baby and i love that cat so much i was just wondering if my cat is old he just turned 6 this april and i really don't want him to die yet cause a family member of mine says that he's old and he's gonna die a… more ›
we have 2 other dogs plus the puppy and majority of the time we keep them in the mud room (its just a area blocking off the kitchin with a baby gate)but whats the easiest way besides keeping her outside all day?
the short version of the story: our neighbor's daughter brought a kitten home without permission & for the past week the adults had basically been ignoring / trying to get rid of it and the daughter had been "caring for" it. the adults really wa… more ›
My brother just got 2 quail chicks, they are probably about 3 or 4 weeks old we're thinking, we aren't sure because our grampa gave them to him. Right now, they're small enough to keep in a decent sized birdcage, and we plan on building a sort of qua… more ›
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A: Ches, I just sent you a message to let you know that all your stuff is on here. I was able to see all your photos, blogs, questions, etc. … more ›
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A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›